Absolutely. Among all the current powers of the world China is leading in this philosophy. Within China there are several different ethnic cultures besides Han and the CCP is …heavily involved in representing each of these cultures while the Han Chinese are typically accepting of each of them and are interested in the differences between them. Outside of China there has not been much inequality in these respects. The strongest negative sentiments fall on African Americans but are usually based on their negative media portrayals within the society or on personal experiences that may actually be the result of African American discrimination of Asian Americans. But there are also many instances and events considered racist, sexist, or otherwise by different countries when citing China, but most if not all of these are misunderstandings or slander. There is a great belief that Chinese favor male children to female, are incredibly racist and intolerant of any belief not approved by the CCP. None of this is true. China is one of the most prolific nations in gender equality with various longstanding matriarchal cultures still in existence today. There is also a large population of Christians and Jews mixed into existing Buddhist and Muslim cultures. Lastly with all the different national races and the influx of foreigners looking to immerse themselves in Chinese culture, China has shown one of the best examples of egalitarian societies in the modern world. Another thing to look at is that Han Chinese is more about egalitarian philosophy than anything else. Within this supposed race there are Cantonese, Fukinese, Shanghainese, and Beijinese plus many others. None of these cultures are similar and none of their languages are mutually intelligible but they are still considered Han Chinese. This shows the encompassing belief that these are not only equal in society, they are the same even with their differences. In short, China is the epitome of egalitarian society. (MORE)
Egalitarian marriage is NOT bad. All an egalitarian marriage means, is that a man and wife share equal rights and responsibilities to decisions and work within a marriage. Tha…t means they each have equal say in all financial decisions, regardless of who earns more, and that they each have a shared role of housework, and child care duties as the other, (provided they both work). Dad has equal say in whats best for the kids, and mom has equal say in how money should be spent. No one in an egalitarian marriage "wears the pants" and the man is not the head of the house, nor is the wife the cook/babysitter/maid. Each spouse has the right to initiate sex however/whenever he or she pleases, but also has the duty to please his or her partner. Intimacy is a shared responsibility. The whole POINT of an egalitarian marriage is that both husband and wife do equal work, and have equal say in sex, money, chores, and parenting..
However, this is completely at the discretion of the married couple and is not a social movement that would hinder the free rights and choices of the married couple. Some married couples would rather not practice such a dual-split responsibility agenda and live according to what their parents believed and practiced as well as previous generations before them. Many females enjoy playing a role that is thought of by many as a constricting and even "oppressed" life of staying at home and adhering to what they think of as "women duties." Likewise, such couples feel most comfortable when the male works outside the home to assume the financial responsibilities for the family which is equally as important. As they live together they create an environment that is most comfortable to them. (MORE)
It means equal or level .One need to ask it is equality in what? It can be equality in income leading to egalitarian structure of society. It is characterized by belief …in equal political, economic, social, and civil rights for all people. (MORE)
The Aztec civilization was a group of ethnic people who dominatedthe meso-american landscape from the 14th to 16th centuries. TheAztecs were not egalitarian (supporting univer…sal rights for allpeople) as they had a class structure that included nobles,peasants, traveling merchants and slaves. You could become a slavein Aztec culture either through being captured in a war, havingunpaid debts, or as a criminal punishment. Slaves could buy theirliberty and were sometimes freed upon the death of their master. (MORE)
Egalitarianism provides for equality for everyone socially, politically, and economically. Some cons for this way of thinking can be that their will be no authority in charge… since everyone is equal. (MORE)
Egalitarianism is the belief that all are fundamentally equal. According to the Cultural Theory of risk, egalitarianism has a negative attitude towards rules and priniciples, …and a positive attitude toward group decision making. Such theory states that an "egalitarianist society" is held together by cooperation and implicit peer pressure instead of explicit rules and punishment. Some such as Gary Hull of the Ayn Rand Institute say that egalitarianism is outcome based and ends up rewarding mediocrity. Others such as Alexander Berkman who was an anarchist believe that egalitarianism is about equal opportunity. (MORE)